The Young Bucks Threaten To Delete Twitter Profiles Again

Matt and Nick Jackson previously left the platform in 2019

Last night’s edition of AEW: Dynamite saw The Young Bucks turn on Jon Moxley and align themselves with Kenny Omega, The Good Brothers, and Don Callis.

After throwing the former AEW World Champion a Superkick Party during the main event, The Bucks took to Twitter to dissuade fans from posting negative opinions, Tweeting:

“Please refrain from any negative or toxic comments in our mentions tonight. If so, we’ll unfortunately delete our Twitter account again. Thank you. Have a great night.”

The Young Bucks had previously left Twitter in late 2019, citing overwhelming negativity from critics and fans as one of the deciding factors for their social media exit, alongside general social media burnout. This time round however, it is not known if the Bucks’ Tweet is a genuine announcement, or is a part of their storyline with their former Bullet Club team mates.

Regardless, we advise any fans to respect The Young Bucks’ wishes in case the Tweet is a genuine plea from the AEW World Tag Team Champions.

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